McKinsey & Co
Sandra is a Director (senior partner) in the London Office of McKinsey & Company. She is Group co-Head of the Global Corporate and Institutional Banking Practice and a Trustee for the McKinsey Master Retirement Trust. She joined McKinsey in 1994.
Sandra consults to the corporate and investment banking, sales and trading, and transactions processing businesses of banks, broker dealers, exchanges and non-bank financial specialists. She has worked closely with many leading global securities institutions, as well as numerous regional universal banks across Europe and Asia, on a wide range of strategy, organization, marketing and operations issues.
Sandra led McKinsey's work for Senator Schumer and Mayor Bloomberg on the global competitiveness of New York and US financial services. She is a frequent speaker on banking and securities industry topics (e.g., Institute of International Bankers, International Securities Services Association, numerous banks' leadership offsite meetings). She also often publishes in McKinsey on Corporate and Institutional Banking, the McKinsey Quarterly, and other trade journals.
Sandra received her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and her B.A. from Stanford University in American Studies with a secondary major in Economics. Prior to joining McKinsey, she worked for Merrill Lynch in Debt Markets as a summer associate. She also worked for Trammell Crow Ventures, a real estate principal investment group, as a financial analyst.